The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 9
Page No. 2049 - 2053

Relationship Between Time Management and Mental Health with Employees’ Occupational Burnout of Neka’s City Health Center

Authors : Omoul Banin Mousavi Chamani

Abstract: The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between time management and mental health with employee’s Occupational burnout of Neka’s city health center. This research is applied in terms of purpose and in development field and in terms of the nature and method is descriptive and correlational research. The population in this study includes all of the Neka’s city health center employees and their number is equal 73person based on registered statistic. The research’s sample size was considered 60 person regarding to population size and Referring to Morgansample size estimate table. Stratified random sampling method is used to select research’s samples based on gender. Data collection methods had included: Library and field. Data collection tool in this study is standard questionnaire, mental Health Questionnaire (GHQ28), Queen time management questionnaire and Galdard occupational Burnout questionnaire (GBI) that their reliability by using Cronbach's alpha in order is equal 0.81 , 0.93 and 0.92 . The collected data analyzing has been done by two descriptive and inferential methods through SPSS software. The done test in this research is Pearson correlation and regression test. The results showed that there is an inverse relationship between time management and employee’s occupational burnout of Neka’s City health center.Also there is an inverse relationship between mental health and employees Occupational burnout Both time management and mental healthvariables have a share in subject’s Occupational burnout prediction. Among them mental health variable to time managementvariable, had been most share in explaining thesubjects’ Occupational burnout.

How to cite this article:

Omoul Banin Mousavi Chamani , 2016. Relationship Between Time Management and Mental Health with Employees’ Occupational Burnout of Neka’s City Health Center. The Social Sciences, 11: 2049-2053.

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